Tom Mackin to serve as mayor

Born, VanHoozen, Matuszak elected to council

Several new faces soon will take on leadership roles in Perrysburg city hall.

Voters in the November 7 election selected Tom Mackin as the new Perrysburg mayor.

He defeated incumbent mayor Mike Olmstead by a vote of 3,600 (63.86 percent) to 2,037 (36.14 percent), according to unofficial results from the Wood County Board of Elections.

Newcomer Deborah Born will join incumbents Barry VanHoozen and Jim Matuszak for four-year terms on Perrysburg City Council.

The vote totals were Mr. Matuszak, 3,063 (26.18 percent), Mr. VanHoozen, 2,948 (25.20 percent) and Ms. Born, 2,113 (18.06 percent).

Five candidates were running for three open seats on council. Todd Grayson received 1,903 votes (16.27 percent) and Chip Pfleghaar, 1,671 votes (14.28 percent).

Incumbent councilman Rick Rettig filed to run for re-election but later withdrew due to health issues.

 

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